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Largest Connecticut graduate schools

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Business exec. takes comm. college reins

Bernat Ivancsics |

James Lombella isn't new to leadership roles. The recently selected president of Enfield's Asnuntuck Community College earned his management and executive stripes in the private sector, first as the...

Art Institute’s costly saga of trying to open in CT

Gregory Seay |

Beneath a partly blue sky on July 9, moving day finally arrived for The Art Institute of Connecticut, the newest outpost in a national chain of for-profit degree campuses, and the two floors it...

USJ pharma school gets accreditation

The University of St. Joseph’s pharmacy school, which graduated its first class in May, has received full accreditation, it announced.

Harvard class to study launch of Access Health CT

A Harvard Business School professor studying the rollout of Access Health CT plans to use it as part of his curriculum for graduate and executive education students, according to Fairfield marketing...

Houghton Mifflin acquires W. Hartford software maker

Education publishing giant Houghton Mifflin Harcourt said it has acquired West Hartford's SchoolChapters Inc., which makes education software for early childhood, K-12 and college students.

Malloy appoints former retired Aetna exec to ed. board

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office said he has appointed Elease E. Wright to the state’s Board of Regents for Higher Education.

East Hartford busing change could mean 79 layoffs

A school bus operator informed state officials this week that it would shutter its East Hartford facility, affecting up to 79 jobs, because its contract with the city's public schools was not renewed.

Energize S. Windsor launches July 1

The Energize South Windsor campaign designed to save residents energy and money will launch officially on July 1.

Wells Fargo study: Millennials struggling with debt, savings

Four in 10 Americans between the ages of 22 and 33 rate their debt as “overwhelming,” with 56 percent living paycheck to paycheck, according to a recent study commissioned by Wells Fargo.

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